If you're new to this channel I strongly recommend checking out some of the other videos first. This one was slightly tongue in cheek and a guessing game about a reckless use of a kettle element for an application it was really not intended for.
Do not actually attempt this. It carries a high "element" of risk. Still safer than the jaw dropping bath heater here though.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIUJWIT9GrU
For reference, a 2kW heating element in the UK (240v) can be used as a very high power 30 ohm resistor, and likewise, spiral cooker elements also make great industrial resistors too.